The situation was that a company decides to invest money in China. You can't just assume job turnover (let alone job loss) from that situation. Business invest in other countries all the time, and it doesn't equate to job loss or job turnover. If you had decided to insert your ignorance in the beginning of the debate rather than in the middle, you might've known that.
If I buy noodles from China, that doesn't mean someone in the US loses their job. People in the US are just as well off as they were before I bought the noodles. Thus, there is no tangible loss on either side.
And to go back to the debate before you exposed yourself once again, Noah was trying to prove that trade is a zero-sum game. He failed, and you're in the process of failing. None of the crap that either of you has served up meets the definition.
Another question (read it slowly so you don't hurt yourself) If there is a fixed pie, then how is the world's wealth so much greater than it was 200 years ago?